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  • Language In The Film English Vinglish

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    Language is a tool for people communicating; with its development and increasing diversity, people gradually become unsatisfied by using language, as a communication method, barely to understand, instead, they are eager to interpret. They would like to know a person’s personality through his or her language speaking; they are more intended to judge others through the superficial language skill. An invisible standard continuously forms that people who have a higher language skill deserve more respect

  • The Importance Of Film Making In Film

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    I should express it through film. My gravitation toward film, is the result of my lifelong fascination with storytelling and a steady of movie-watching throughout my youth. There was a time that I was intimidated by the narrow percentage of people that appear to achieve notable success in the film industry. I thought that being a movie director was one of the dream jobs that many aspired to, but few ever achieved. However, as I've learned more about the business of film, I've discovered that there

  • The Importance Of Language In Richard Rodriguez's Achievement Of Desire

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    There are so many languages around the world, so if someone has a chance to learn more languages, then they should take it. Language is used to communicate with others, but if a person does not know the other person’s language, then that person can’t communicate with them. A person coming from another country to America might forget their native language, if they are only speaking English. A person should practice both languages because that is a part of their identity. It doesn’t matter if some

  • Audrey Hepburn Professional Influences

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    crumble as we know it. Through her life she had terrible events happen, Audrey Hepburn was an influential actress to young women to fight when things are hard. Audrey Hepburn's childhood was very complicated with a Dutch mother and an English father. “was born to an English father and Dutch mother in Belgium, May 4th, 1929. Her father's job as an insurance agent

  • Analysis Of Breaking The Waves

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    not least, Dancer in the Dark. The overriding theme of these three films was the persistence of their ‘golden hearts’ by heroines despite the tragedies that they had to bear. The heroine of each story are casted upon a context of the brutality of the world and society, and ultimately sacrifice herself for the greater good. As mentioned earlier, Bess in Breaking the Waves constantly suffers under patriarchal oppression in the film, from being condemned by her church elders for trying to marry out

  • Nollywood Case Study

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    society? 4. What is the current image of Nollywood films as perceived by the audience? 1.5 Significance of the Study This study is justifiable on the grounds that it will contribute largely to the understanding of the positive and negative effects of Nollywood movies or the benevolent nature of Nollywood movies towards our contemporary society. Analysing the content of the selected Nollywood movies will help know the current image of Nollywood films. Analysing data and drawing recommendation from

  • Genie: Social Isolation

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    she sounded like a toddler. I found it interesting to see her progress from knowing no English words, to being fascinated by the labeling with words of all the new objects around her. It seemed to me as if she knew a language existed for everything, but was frustrated because she could not realize her goal and put words to objects quickly enough. I found it interesting to see Genie pick up the patterns of language recognition, but not commonly as it happens in children, however, it seemed as though

  • Intertextuality In Simon Don's 'This Is My Wife, Robyn'

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    but the short form is used in the past when the two mates Simon and Gordon were at school, but now they are middle aged. Another point is the use of the short form of the name later on in the film; this becomes intentional to despise him. So intentionality is touched upon in various places in the film. Also, intertextuality is seen in the use of a culture-specific item such as 'Simon says', e.g. [23] ST: TT: He had a very organized campaign, Simon

  • Examining the Different Ways in Which D-day Landing at Omaha Beach is Depicted in Saving Private Ryan and The Longest Day

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    us more of an overview of the entirety of D-Day depicting army, navy and air force as well as the German army and French resistance. Both films portray the landing as acts of heroism giving the viewer a strong sense of the Patrism however the director’s aims differ resulting in two very different recreations of the landings. The opening of both films is similar. Their beginning scenes are very slow military music, ‘Saving Private Ryan’ shows two waving flags, American and French, before

  • Importance Of Background Score In Movies

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    The Importance of Background Scores in Movies Background scores are the lifeblood of a great film that most viewers tend to overlook. They know that the film makes them feel good while enjoying themselves but never really process the importance of what they hear. Therefore, getting the perfect background score with the right pitch using premium instruments played by professional musicians are all essential to delivering the physical actions behind emotions, such as knee-jerk movements during a tense